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What exactly is the diffrence between meterpreter reverse_shell and any other non-meterpreter reverse shells?

1) The non-meterpreter reverse shell: windows/shell/reverse_tcp

2) Meterpreter: windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp

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    Have you read the documentation for what meterpreter is? – schroeder Jul 28 '19 at 19:17
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Basically windows/shell/reverse_tcp will give you a reverse shell->basically command prompt.

and windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp this will will you a reverse meterpreter session.A meterpreter session contains more than just a shell such as screenshot commands/Webcam grab.Things like that cannot be done from pure command execution.

Also.Instead of just asking wouldn't it be better to just try it out?Or better yet read their documentation.

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What is a reverse shell?
A reverse shell is a type of shell in which the target machine communicates back to the attacking machine. The attacking machine has a listener port on which it receives the connection, which by using, code or command execution is achieved.

What is meterpreter?
The meterpreter/reverse_tcp is a staged payload used to gain meterpreter access to a compromised system.

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  • It comes down that any payloads that are not in the meterpreter directory, that payloads are not evaluated the way meterpreter works. – user211258 Jul 28 '19 at 14:59

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